John Guidetti spared Celtic’s blushes in the Europa League, but he’s not at the centre of a question facing the club’s manager Ronny Deila today.
Celtic managed a 3-3 draw in the first leg of their clash against Inter Milan, which will leave Deila investigating what exactly happened to his defence last night.
The boss will have questions to ask his back four and while grateful to have got a draw, he’ll be demanding more from his backline looking ahead to next week.
The first point he’ll most likely raise in the next team meeting is the need for his team to start high intensity and pressure games tighter from a defensive point of view.
The Bhoys found themselves 2-0 down before 15 minutes had even been played and that will be a concern for the Norwegian.
All credit to the team for fighting back and keeping themselves in the game, but the point Deila will more than likely make is that the team shouldn’t be giving themselves that extra leg work to do.
Celtic then let their concentration slip inside the 45th minute at a crucial point in the game after they had worked hard to get back to 2-2.
What it boils down to for Deila is that his side conceded three away goals, which gives them a big challenge looking ahead to next week.
The pressure is off of Inter and moved onto Celtic who have to chase the game.
The only way they can make it through this tie is defending well in Italy, keeping a clean sheet and make the job of the attack a bit easier.